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Street full of Russian tanks, Prague, 1968

Street full of Russian tanks, Prague, 1968

August 1968: A soviet tank in St Wenceslas Square, Prague, in front of crowds of protesters and the shadowy silhouette of Prague's National Museum. (Photo by Stefan Tyszko/Getty Images)

August 1968: A soviet tank in St Wenceslas Square, Prague, in front of crowds of protesters and the shadowy silhouette of Prague's National Museum. (Photo by Stefan Tyszko/Getty Images)

Pavel Dias, 'Funeral of Jan Palach' (1969)

Pavel Dias, 'Funeral of Jan Palach' (1969)

Red Army enters Prague on May 9, 1945

Red Army enters Prague on May 9, 1945

KGB-ügynökökkel akarták eltiporni a prágai tavaszt  - http://hjb.hu/kgb-ugynokokkel-akartak-eltiporni-a-pragai-tavaszt.html/

KGB-ügynökökkel akarták eltiporni a prágai tavaszt - http://hjb.hu/kgb-ugynokokkel-akartak-eltiporni-a-pragai-tavaszt.html/

Prague, the Czech Spring: "On about my third night in Prague, I was woken up in my youth hostel not by music but by machine-gun fire and explosions - the Russians had announced their arrival. Initially it was a sense of shock and disbelief. We went out and wandered the streets and it was for real - tanks and army vehicles were everywhere. They had just suddenly appeared." - David Fry, Guardian UK

Prague, the Czech Spring: "On about my third night in Prague, I was woken up in my youth hostel not by music but by machine-gun fire and explosions - the Russians had announced their arrival. Initially it was a sense of shock and disbelief. We went out and wandered the streets and it was for real - tanks and army vehicles were everywhere. They had just suddenly appeared." - David Fry, Guardian UK

"Burning Bush", série tchèque. Prague, 1968. Les chars soviétiques envahissent la ville et mettent fin au mouvement du "Printemps de Prague". Un an plus tard, Jan Palach, un étudiant praguois s’immole par le feu pour protester contre l'invasion de son pays. Ce tragique événement historique est la première scène de la série tchèque "Burning Bush" (buisson ardent) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlvshoNsY7g

"Burning Bush", série tchèque. Prague, 1968. Les chars soviétiques envahissent la ville et mettent fin au mouvement du "Printemps de Prague". Un an plus tard, Jan Palach, un étudiant praguois s’immole par le feu pour protester contre l'invasion de son pays. Ce tragique événement historique est la première scène de la série tchèque "Burning Bush" (buisson ardent) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlvshoNsY7g

Чехословакия, 1968 год.

Чехословакия, 1968 год.

Jan Palach Foto: Miroslav Zajíc

Jan Palach Foto: Miroslav Zajíc

Prager Frühling

Prager Frühling

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